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Media Release India and England stay on top after yearly rankings update

India and England have held their top positions in the gathering rankings for Tests and ODIs, independently, after the yearly update today in which game plan results from 2015-16 are emptied, and results from 2016-17 and 2017-18 are weighted at 50 percent.

Media Release India and England stay on top after yearly rankings update
India and England have held their top positions


New Zealand close in to inside two points of top-situated India in Tests

England remain the principle situated ODI bunch with not actually a month to go until the ICC Men's Cricket World Cup 2019, yet India constrained opening to just two points

India and England have held their top positions in the gathering rankings for Tests and ODIs, independently, after the yearly update today in which game plan results from 2015-16 are cleared, and results from 2016-17 and 2017-18 are weighted at 50 percent.

India's lead over New Zealand in the MRF Tires ICC Test Team Rankings has restricted from eight to two and England remain at the most elevated purpose of the MRF Tires ICC ODI Team Rankings with their opening over India lessened to just two out of an all-inclusive table.

Media Release India and England stay on top after yearly rankings update
Media Release India and England stay on top after yearly rankings update


Test rankings: India were on 116 and New Zealand on 108 going before the update anyway India's 3-0 influence South Africa and 2-1 win in Sri Lanka being scrubbed as a noteworthy part of the 2015-16 season sees them losing three while New Zealand's two 2-0 demolitions to Australia being cleared sees them increment three.

In the principle distinction in positions on the table, England have outperformed Australia to fourth position and are on 105. Australia are on 98 points ensuing to dropping six as they had won four of the five game plan in 2015-16, no more bit of the figurings. In another basic improvement, the opening between seventh-set Pakistan and eighth-set West Indies has sliced from 11 to two points.

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